Or alternatively, become less civilised and live a simple, uncomplicated life.
I have been in the woods for a while. Photos will come, eventually. Until then here are some old ones of the same place:
The yurt and workshop about two years ago. When I eventually upload the new images you will notice some changes:
This was where my friend Gabriel lived 2 years ago. A short dreadlocked man named Ollie with a great sense of humour now lives here. Ali lived here last year:
Here is some of the interior of the yurt when messy Gabriel lived in it:
When I go to the woods I usually cook for the workers because I enjoy it a lot more than manual lifting and woodwork. Here is the hob and a meal prepared by the previous cook, Ali:
In the background you can see the oven, This is the general kitchen, and lovely Dani:
Mr Kite lived in the far cabin for a month last January. He says this was the best month of his whole life. The closer cabin now has a turf roof:
Yes, you can have a hot shower in the woods:
When I came back after this year's spring project week I felt so intune, so relaxed and creative. I had only spent three or so nights in the woods, and already my whole being had started to shift into something more complete and relaxed. I will write about my time in the woods properly when I am less tired and I have some current photographs to show you. There is a baby in the woods now. He was born in a yurt there. He is the cutest, most reslient and healthy baby I have ever met. I'll talk about him more later. I hope you get to meet him some day because this dude is going to be the coolest kid you ever knew.